The Lodge features an Arts & Crafts style. Inside, the general store with its hand-crafted ceiling of rustic red painted wood from one of the resort's original 1920's cabins is conveniently located off the reception area. Beyond the reception area, guests can relax by the open-hearth fireplace, or catch up on the latest fishing techniques on the gathering room's 50" plasma TV. Kids of all ages can test their skills in the fun and spacious game room. For family reunions, groups, or small corporate retreats the lodge also offers a private meeting room. The three-season porch sitting area is a favorite for those sipping their first cup of coffee from the breakfast counter or simply escaping the nighttime insects. The guest laundry room rounds out the lodge common areas.
As with the cottages, these 4-season lodge rooms feature an Arts & Crafts influence with Mission style furnishings. The rooms are themed and uniquely decorated with each of the resorts past owners memorabilia. All lodge rooms have an open floor plan with ample space. The kitchenette features mission style hickory cabinets, a roomy counter-height refrigerator and microwave. Dining options include the rooms dining area and an outdoor patio or deck. Gas grills and picnic tables are available in the front lodge common grounds. Rest easy on the two Mission style queen beds while enjoying your favorite movie on the flat panel TV. The bathroom features ceramic tile flooring and stained custom concrete walk-in showers.
Smiley Room - (A.D.A. compliant), 1902-1928 Original name of the City of Nisswa and its founder.
Quinn Room - 1928-1943 the Resort's founders Jim & Bridget Quinn - Quinns Cottages
McCabe Room - 1943-1948 Emily McCabe owner - McCabe's Hidaway
Christopherson Room - 1948-1949 Sigard & Karen Christopherson - Sikaren's Resort
Kephart Room - 1949-1964 Lester & Augusta Kephart - Sikaren's Resort
Herbst Room - 1964-1981 Karl & Mona Herbst - Sikaren's Resort
Thoele Room - 1981-1997 John & Nancy Thoele - Good Ol' Days Resort / 1997-1999 Raymond Davey - Good Ol' Days Resort
Tyson Room - 1999-2010 Bob & Cindy Tyson - Good Ol' Days Family Resort
Click on the photos below to see a larger view of each floor plan.